Four new species of Adenocalymma (Bignoniaceae) and a key to the species from southeastern Brazil
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Four new species of Adenocalymma (Bignoniaceae, Bignonieae) from southeastern Brazil are described and illustrated: A. aurantiacum, characterized by dark orange and infundibuliform corolla; A. cinereum, characterized by shrubby habit, greyish inflorescence, infundibuliform corolla, and exserted stamens; A. gibbosum, characterized by gibbous and orange corolla and an inflorescence with dendritic trichomes; and A. sessile, characterized by sessile leaves and gibbous corolla. A discussion on the relationships of the new taxa and a key to all 29 species of Adenocalymma reported from southeastern Brazil are provided. © 2013 The Authors. Nordic Journal of Botany © 2013 Nordic Society Oikos.
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Udulutsch, Renata Giassi; Assis, Marco Antonio de; Dias, Pedro. Four new species of Adenocalymma (Bignoniaceae) and a key to the species from southeastern Brazil. Nordic Journal of Botany, v. 31, n. 2, p. 176-185, 2013. Available at: <http://hdl.handle.net/11449/75262>.